I WISH MY EYES WERE CAMERAS
A Poem for My Child
About the Book
This book describes every Mom’s desire to hold on forever to those seemingly ordinary moments of parenthood that give life meaning and joy. What if BLINK-CLICK! you could make time stand still and always recall the first time your son held a snail or tasted saltwater or your daughter saw a bird fly or made it to the top of the monkey bars all by herself? I Wish My Eyes Were Cameras To Capture The Wonder of You … writes poet, author, therapist, and mother JoAnne McFarland in this delightful book about the many discoveries and simple delights of childhood and a parent’s desire to always remember the bliss of everyday moments of family life and the hope that the focus each day is on what really counts.
About the Author
JoAnne McFarland holds degrees in social work and psychology. She wrote this poem for her son, John when he was a toddler and it quickly became his favorite bedtime story. She lives with her son in Michigan.